|Evert Dolman (1968)|
|Full name||Evert Gerardus Dolman|
|Date of birth||February 22, 1946|
|date of death||May 12, 1993|
|End of career||1973|
|Most important successes|
|Last updated: May 10, 2019|
At the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 1964 , Evert Dolman won the gold medal in the team time trial with the Dutch team ( Gerben Karstens , Jan Pieterse and Bart Zoet ) at the age of 18 . At the road world championships in 1966 at the Nürburgring , Evert Dolman was world champion of the amateurs .
In 1964 Dolman, known as "Eef", was the Dutch road champion for amateurs, and in 1968 for professionals. In 1965 he won the Ronde van Noord-Holland and the Tour of Limburg , in 1967 a stage of the Vuelta a España , in 1971 (as the third Dutchman) the Tour of Flanders - five years after his World Cup victory he considered this victory to be one of his greatest triumphs . He took part in the Tour de France four times ; his best overall ranking was 32nd in 1970 .
In 1967 Evert Dolman won the Dutch road championship, but was disqualified in the course of the first doping tests for doping . As a result, he was so criticized in the newspapers that he decided never to dope again. In the following year he competed at the World Road Championships at the Nürburgring with anger in his stomach and won. His competitors said he had never done better.
1973 Evert Dolman ended his cycling career because of chronic pain. He died of Pick's disease at the age of 47 .
- Olympic champion - team time trial (with Bart Zoet , Gerben Karstens and Jan Pieterse )
- two stages tour of Austria
- Ronde van Noord-Holland
- Limburg tour
- Amateur world champion - road racing
- a stage Vuelta a España
- one stage tour of Luxembourg
- one stage tour of Andalusia
Grand Tour placements
|Vuelta a España||54||-||30th||DNF||36||-|
|Tour de France||-||56||49||32||-||83|
- Fred van Slogteren: Wielerhelden van Oranje , Nieuwegein 2003, ISBN 90-77072-42-X . Pp. 73-75.
- Evert Dolman in the Radsportseiten.net database
- Evert Dolman in the ProCyclingStats.com database
- Evert Dolman in the Sports-Reference database (English; archived from the original )
- Fred van Slogteren: Evert Dolman, de derde Nederlander die de Ronde van Vlaanderen won! In: wielersport.slogblog.nl. Retrieved May 10, 2019 .
- Van Slogteren, Wielerhelden van Oranje , p. 75.
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Dolman, Evert Gerardus (full name); Dolman, Eef Gerardus (nickname)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Dutch cyclist, Olympic champion and world champion|
|DATE OF BIRTH||February 22, 1946|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Rotterdam|
|DATE OF DEATH||May 12, 1993|
|Place of death||Dordrecht|